Clients updated on Fullerton funds

Standard Chartered Securities hosted a webinar for clients where portfolio managers from Fullerton Fund Management shared their outlook on the year ahead and provided updates on how the Fullerton funds have performed since the COVID-19 outbreak, on Wednesday.

Fullerton Fund Management Multi-Asset Vice President Lee Guoquan shared the year’s outlook on the market and updated on the performance and strategy of the Fullerton SGD Heritage Funds followed by an interactive discussion joined by, Fullerton Fund Management Business Development, Retail Sales Vice President Sam YE to address key questions from
the audience.

Standard Chartered Securities CEO Brenda Low said, “We are delighted to bring this edition as we marked our one-year anniversary since we first introduced the Fullerton SGD Heritage Funds in Brunei Darussalam. At Standard Chartered Securities, we believe it is crucial to keep clients abreast of the latest market developments and trends. The impact of COVID-19 undeniably led to stock market volatility and may have changed the world forever.

“While each market downturn is unique and it is difficult to predict the future, there is evidence to support optimism when thinking about the long-term.

Markets have historically recovered from downturns and continued to grow. We believe investors should plot their course through the market to ensure they are well diversified across asset classes, industries and locations, and maintain a long-term view.”

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Fullerton Fund Management Multi-Asset Vice President Lee Guoquan, Retail Sales Business Development Vice President Sam YE and Standard Chartered Securities Senior Investment Counsellor Hazwan Kamarulzaman at the webinar. PHOTO: STANDARD CHARTERED BANK